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Old 05-07-2006, 03:23 PM
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D44 Front Bearing and Seal Kits

Anyone have a link to a combo package? I just needs the seals and bearings, for a front rebuild. Maybe some shims too..wouldn't hurt.

I saw Bj's carries a kit for the rear, but didn't see anything for de front.

Part Numbers Are Listed Below:

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Originally Posted by Crazy_Jeepman
As far as Parts Houses are concerned, the switch from Small to Big bearing spindles happened in 76. However I have encountered Small Bearing spindles up to 79 over the years. With that being said I do not buy wheel bearings untill I know what spindles I am dealing with. Following part Numbers can be had in Premium brand name or can be had where the quality of the box exceeds the bearing inside it Personally I would not waste my $$$$ on the cheap bearings.



Small-Bearing Spindle-Inner-Bearing Journal Size: 1.78"
Stub Axle Spindle Bearing Kit Part# BRGBK1 $15.99
Hub Lock Nut Kit Part# BK6301653 $15.99 Needed only if your old ones are bad
Inner Wheel Bearing & Race set Part# BRGBR37 $18.99
Outer Wheel Bearing & Race set Part# BRGBR35 $16.69
Seal Part# NOS24898 $ 4.99



Big-Bearing Spindle-Inner-Bearing Journal Size: 2.00"
Stub Axle Spindle Bearing Kit Part# BRGBK1 $15.99
Hub Lock Nut Kit Part# BK6301653 $15.99 Needed only if old ones are bad
Inner Wheel Bearing Part# BRG LM104949 $15.99
Inner Wheel Bearing Race Part# BRG JLM104910 $ 9.49
Outer Wheel Bearing & Race set Part# BRGBR35 $16.69
Seal Part# NOS24898 $ 4.99


As you can see the only differance in the small and big bearing spindle is the inner bearing all the other parts are the same

Thanks Ryan,
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Old 05-07-2006, 10:48 PM
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would a local Auto Zone carry these kind of parts??? I need to get new seals for my truck and was thinking about checking there.
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Old 05-08-2006, 04:29 AM
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I got seals & bearings from Randys R&P when I did mine in 02. The bearings were Yukon and I forget the manufacturer for the seals. About $85 an axel. The seals for the front axel tubes were too small though so I took one of the old ones to Parts Plus to get the right ones. Not sure what to recommend. I would be tempted to buy them all local next time, starting at NAPA. Unless I lived in Montrose, that NAPA guy would never see me walk through his door.
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Old 05-08-2006, 06:39 AM
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i dont think autozone would carry i couldnt find a stub shaft for a 44 in there and i even got on the guys parts computer to look for it
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Old 05-08-2006, 09:12 AM
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Gamber, keep us posted as to what you are able to find. I'm looking at the same thing myself as Tequilla's front diff has blown bearings.
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Old 05-08-2006, 09:32 AM
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If you mean the front wheel bearings & seals, they are listed under disc brakes on BJs:

http://www.bjsoffroad.com/cartgenie/...pid=389&cid=10
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Autozone carries the front wheel bearings and seals

I bought Timken front outer wheel bearings over the counter. $12 for the pair.

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Old 05-09-2006, 04:44 AM
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autozone carries all the parts.
SBK1 for the inner spindle kit.
set 45 for the outer bearing set
471271 -inner seal
lm104949-inner bearing
jlm104910-inner race

Thats for any big bearing d44 waggy/chevy
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Old 05-09-2006, 10:29 PM
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autozone carries all the parts.
SBK1 for the inner spindle kit.
set 45 for the outer bearing set
471271 -inner seal
lm104949-inner bearing
jlm104910-inner race

Thats for any big bearing d44 waggy/chevy

Nice, recall what it cost? ball park. Are 78 D44 (not HD) big bearing?

yeah, i can't afford BJs, I need the cheaper alternative..


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Old 05-09-2006, 10:57 PM
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Quote:
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Nice, recall what it cost? ball park. Are 78 D44 (not HD) big bearing?

yeah, i can't afford BJs, I need the cheaper alternative..


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heh.
All 74 (with disk brakes) thru 91 FSJs would be considered big bearing. As I have read, since Chevy D44s and Jeep D44s have so much in common and use a lot of the same interchangable parts, the need to specify big or small bearing really only applies to Chevy D44s.
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Old 09-19-2006, 08:00 PM
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suggesting this be added to archives
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Old 09-19-2006, 10:09 PM
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I would be tempted to buy them all local next time, starting at NAPA. Unless I lived in Montrose, that NAPA guy would never see me walk through his door.

LMAO We need to take a trip back Flint see if he can order the right parts LOL


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Old 09-20-2006, 05:44 AM
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ok, so this got moved..is it going to be added to archives, added too, or reside forever here?

This info was for a 78, maybe we could add any corrections for different years ..
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Old 09-20-2006, 08:01 AM
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that bearing info should work for any chevy/waggy dana44 and even 10-bolt 76+
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Old 09-20-2006, 08:08 AM
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that bearing info should work for any chevy/waggy dana44 and even 10-bolt 76+

excellent! I suppose it wouldn't hurt to check at the store the parts OD vs a measured ID of your tube, since they seem to vary, eh?
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tube diameter will not make a difference. lug count shouldnt make a difference either....
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Old 09-20-2006, 07:04 PM
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As far as Parts Houses are concerned, the switch from Small to Big bearing spindles happened in 76. However I have encountered Small Bearing spindles up to 79 over the years. With that being said I do not buy wheel bearings untill I know what spindles I am dealing with. Following part Numbers can be had in Premium brand name or can be had where the quality of the box exceeds the bearing inside it Personally I would not waste my $$$$ on the cheap bearings.



Small-Bearing Spindle-Inner-Bearing Journal Size: 1.78"
Stub Axle Spindle Bearing Kit Part# BRGBK1 $15.99
Hub Lock Nut Kit Part# BK6301653 $15.99 Needed only if your old ones are bad
Inner Wheel Bearing & Race set Part# BRGBR37 $18.99
Outer Wheel Bearing & Race set Part# BRGBR35 $16.69
Seal Part# NOS24898 $ 4.99



Big-Bearing Spindle-Inner-Bearing Journal Size: 2.00"
Stub Axle Spindle Bearing Kit Part# BRGBK1 $15.99
Hub Lock Nut Kit Part# BK6301653 $15.99 Needed only if old ones are bad
Inner Wheel Bearing Part# BRG LM104949 $15.99
Inner Wheel Bearing Race Part# BRG JLM104910 $ 9.49
Outer Wheel Bearing & Race set Part# BRGBR35 $16.69
Seal Part# NOS24898 $ 4.99


As you can see the only differance in the small and big bearing spindle is the inner bearing all the other parts are the same
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Old 09-21-2006, 12:06 AM
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those are Jeep part #'s? Awesome, thanks.
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Old 09-21-2006, 01:24 AM
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Also, don't forget:
Spindle grease seal part# 22311
Ft axle U-joint part# 210-0297 (cause you're in there anyway)
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Old 09-21-2006, 07:29 AM
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Also, don't forget:
Spindle grease seal part# 22311
Ft axle U-joint part# 210-0297 (cause you're in there anyway)

The Part Number I listed for the:
Stub Axle Spindle Bearing Kit Part# BRGBK1

Includes the seal part# you have provided.

Along with the spindle bearing

Additional Contents:1 EA 711818
B2110
22311
W/87593 SLINGER
W/453903 THRUSTWASHER
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